Ferdinand Marcos Jr likely to become Philippines vice president
Update: May 9
Bongbong has fallen behind in the race, latest report here.
After casting his vote this morning, ‘Bongbong’ (nickname) – the son of deposed Philippines president Ferdinand Marcos – went to church to pray that God’s will be done.
Marcos Jr is leading the race and likely to clinch the vice presidency in today’s election.
Bongbong Marcos upon voting: ‘God’s will be done’ trib.al/XfFsIcz—
Inquirerdotnet (@inquirerdotnet) May 09, 2016
Yup, his mother is Imelda — the First Lady of 1,060 Designer Shoes.
(The former Filipino beauty queen has refuted the once widely circulated story that her shoe collection numbered more than 3,000 pairs. She insists her footwear were only one thousand and sixty.)
Actually the masses don’t mind what their politician(s) are up to. As long as the said leader belongs to their camp.
Those people screaming “anti Corruption” and “Bersih” are perfectly fine with top leaders who buy underpriced bungalows that lack a swimming pool and has bad feng shui.
Now you might ask, what about the behaviour of politicians on the other side.
Well, at least followers of the rival camp don’t run around screaming “Bersih”, “Death to evil, wicked bribe takers!” and then go on to whitewash the sins of their fallen idols.
The macai-macai are willing to ‘kill’ (they definitely carry out character assassination) and brutalize the opponents or critics of their bosses.
Their endless hate and vitriol
SUPP today condemned the torrent of hate and insults directed against Sarawakians on social media.
In his press statement, SUPP info chief Adam Yii said, “Those posting these hateful messages are mocking Sarawakians with insinuations that we are jungle people living on tree tops, that we are poor people easily bought with money; and they have labelled us stupid and idiots.”
Sounds exactly like the work of Dapsters.
Yii also said the messages were “of an extreme hateful nature [that] are beyond accepted norms and beyond decency”.
Again, describes exactly the behaviour of Dapsters.
The SUPP publicity secretary pointed out that “Sarawakians did not insult anyone when the Opposition won Penang and Selangor”.
Exactly. And these haters are the ones blithely parroting ‘Democracy’ and its freedoms (of choice), preaching about loving one’s neighbour/enemy and pontificating about “building bridges”.
One thing I cannot stand most about them, aside from their rank hypocrisy, is the culture of fitnah — how easily they twist, tell lies and fabricate malicious stories all the time.
The irony of the Dapsters is in their embrace of the evangelistas. It’s bizarre, just like how devout Christian Filipinos are seriously close to electing Ferdinand Marcos Jr as their country’s vice president.